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Public lecture Friday 3rd July 2015

‘Low Back Pain; The truth, whole truth and nothing but the truth!’

By Dr. A. A. Aluko, Ph.D
HCPC Registered and Chartered Physiotherapist

Venue: Rivers Ibis Health Club, Scours Lane, Tilehurst, Reading, RG30 6AY

Time: 19.00 to 20.30

Tickets: £10 (Advanced booking only)

Call 0118 9394255 Monday to Thursday only (Or leave a message at any other time) for further information

 

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